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    Search for WETT professionals based on postal code. This is just a beta system for testing and results may vary. Use the above Search for Professionals for more accurate results.

You can verify that someone is WETT certified by checking the WETT Inc. website https://www.wettinc.ca/search.cfm. Please note that not all WETT members choose to be listed on our website. If the person for whom you are searching is not on our website, you can verify WETT certification by calling the WETT National office at 1-888-358-9388.

Please note that WETT does not certifiy appliances or installations. Our members provide inspection reports, not WETT certificates.

It is important to note that WETT certifies individuals, not companies. Companies may advertise that they have WETT-certified people on staff. When contacting companies, you should make it clear that you are looking for a WETT-certified individual to complete work on your behalf.

WETT-certified professionals are issued photo ID cards, which include a sticker. This sticker must be for the current year.

Not sure what you are looking for?

Do you require a basic visual inspection such as for insurance or pre-purchase of a home equipped with a wood-burning appliance or fireplace? A basic visual inspection is a general overview of the readily accessible parts to determine if the system meets current regulations. If this description fits your needs, any WETT-certified member is trained to perform a basic visual inspection.

If you need a more intensive inspection or an evaluation to determine system integrity, contact a WETT-certified technician or sweep listed under installations or chimney sweeping.

If your wood-burning system is not functioning properly, is damaged or causing concerns such as smoke spillage, rapid creosote accumulation, etc., you should contact a WETT-certified technician or sweep listed under installations or chimney sweeping.

Note: Not all technicians and sweeps offer diagnostic services. Some members may have multiple listings; this reflects their different services.

For a detailed description of the different types of inspections offered by our WETT-certified members, click here to download our SITE table for consumers.

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Search Tips

The following tips are offered to help you find a WETT-certified professional.

On this search page, you can search one, all or some of the search criteria. The options are:

  • Service: inspections, chimney sweeping or installations.
  • City/town: the city or town where the service is to be performed.
  • Province: the province where the service is to be performed.
  • Company: use this when you are searching for a specific company name.
  • Last Name of WETT Member: use this when you are searching for a specific WETT member.
Can't find what you are looking for?
  • Leave the Company and Last Name of WETT Member boxes blank (unless you are looking for a specific company or specific WETT-certified member).
  • If you are searching for a small town or city, where no WETT-certified professionals come up in your search, then you may want to broaden your search radius to a larger city or town close by.
  • For cities or towns near provincial borders, please only enter the city or town information and leave the Province selection blank.
  • Our website is always up to date with current WETT-certified professionals. When looking to verify if someone is WETT certified, please note that we certify individuals, not companies. Please only enter the Last Name of the WETT Member who completed the work.

Membership Descriptions

  • Candidate: individual who has successfully completed all of the courses required for basic WETT certification but is not yet WETT certified.
  • Technician: individual who can install or perform maintenance on wood-burning appliances. S/he can also perform a visual or a technical inspection.
  • Advisor: WETT-certified person who sells or advises on the sale of solid-fuel-burning systems.
  • Chimney Sweep: individual who can clean and maintain your entire wood-burning system, including sweeping the chimney. S/he can also perform a visual or a technical inspection.
  • SITE Basic Inspector: Individual who can perform a visual inspection.
  • SITE Comprehensive Inspector: Individual who can perform visual, technical or invasive inspections. This individual is also a technician and/or sweep.
  • Revoked: Membership revoked resulting from a breach of the WETT Code of Ethics.

WETT-certified professionals must abide by a code of ethics requiring professionalism in all aspects of their work. The installation and maintenance of wood-burning appliances is not regulated in Canada. As a non-profit training and educational association, WETT does not oversee, nor is it responsible for, the workmanship of its members. As such, WETT does not act as a regulator. WETT does maintain internal processes to address breaches of our code of ethics, however WETT cannot become involved in resolving consumer disputes.WETT trains and certifies individuals, not companies. Companies can use the WETT logo if someone at their company is WETT certified, but only those who have been issued certification by WETT can claim to be WETT-certified. WETT-certified professionals carry photo ID cards. Ask to see an ID card and ensure that it carries a valid sticker showing the current year.

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